I'm on a team of about 15 people and we are using a central server to store
our "master" repo.
Each user then pulls down (git clone) a copy of the master repo to where
ever they happen to be working at the time.
Is there an easy way for someone to "refresh" their local copy, so they
pull down any files someone else has committed? The only way I can see to
do this is commit and push your local changes, delete your local copy and
pull down again using clone.
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